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Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics


Gateway Electronics program students begin working with electronics on the first day of class. Topics covered in the program include installation, maintenance, modification, diagnosis and troubleshooting of a wide variety of electronic equipment. After comprehensive training in electronic theory, skills are practiced in the lab including the operation and use of various testing and diagnostic equipment.

Mechanical Design

Learn how to assist in designing the products of tomorrow and the machines that make them in Mechanical Design Technology program at Gateway Technical College. Gateway offers two associate degree programs in Mechanical Design Technology and Mechanical Design Technology – Mechatronics. Both mechanical engineering technicians and mechatronics technicians help mechanical engineers design, develop, test and manufacture special machinery, consumer products and other equipment. They develop sketches and rough layouts, record and analyze data, and make calculations and estimates.

Mechanical Design Technology - Mechanical Engineering Tech

The Mechanical Design Technology - Mechanical Engineering Tech associate degree program focuses on industrial machinery and consumer products. Courses will focus on drafting and technical drawing as it is the means by which mechanical engineers design products and create instructions for manufacturing parts. Students will take courses including Elements of Machine Design, Motor Controls, Strength of Materials, Engineering Graphics with CAD and Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing.

Electrical Engineering Technology - Sustainable Energy Systems

Help reduce the need for fossil fuels by obtaining an Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) – Sustainable Energy Systems degree at Gateway Technical College.

Associate degree students learn the foundation of “green” electrical systems. They can perform system maintenance and repair of Solar Photovoltaic systems. These renewable energy systems use solar panels to convert sunlight into electricity.


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